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Old 08-26-2008, 11:51 AM   #1
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DYI Van Divider

Anyone check out this Van Divider?
Look like it might work in the Sporto..

Here is the url: www.vandivider.com
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Old 08-26-2008, 01:40 PM   #2
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I don't think so. I seriously doubt it would fit in an SMB interior.
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My wife made a divider for further back in our center aisle SMB. She found some tough fabric that closely matched the interior in color and made a two piece (upper and lower) divider that can be used to section of a bathroom or changing room with the top up or the top down.

....I guess I need to take some pics....
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Greg, I'd love to see some photos. Is it removable? If it is, could you take photos of it, flat, perhaps lying on the driveway or grass? Also maybe some details of how she attached it to the interior?
Maybe a post by the seamstress herself?
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The only actual photo on that site looks like some homemade misfit felt or something.

I either tuck a sheet into the PH front or use my windshield curtain on the snaps at the front of the ph header, but generally I don't want the back of the van isolated from the only A/C source!
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Ours came with a SMB privacy divider for the far back end of our open aisle SMB (provides privacy for the portable throne use). Same gray fabic used for the front windows privacy screen. If you need a pic, let me know.
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